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state is a lineup hands team. >> gus: o'hara. and it was in deep and out of the end zone. kansas state with it at the 25. >> charles: they're going to rely on their defense. >> gus: let's go downstairs to julie alexandria. >> julie: i just caught defensive coordinator mike stoops saying, keep your heads up. keep yourselves together. you've got to go out there, and you've got to play. get yourselves geared up and keep playing on. >> charles: if they're playing on, they can't give up first down. just one time-out left, they can't allow kansas state to complete any kind of drive and run this clock out. they're counting on a chance to get the froobl back. >> gus: first down and ten for collin klein and kansas state. running the football. mcfarland. each team with one time-out remaining. kansas state, three scoring drives. they've held the ball for 6:59, 2:34. and 4:32. second down and 11. klein. wants to throw it. clock stops. 3:32. third down and 11. >> charles: that's a good play on defense by oklahoma. they took away the primary target. he wanted to go. tramaine thompson after the
and it was in deep and out of the end zone. kansas state with it at the 25. >> charles: they're going to rely on their defense. >> gus: let's go downstairs to julie alexandria. >> julie: i just caughtfensive coordinator mike stoops saying, keep your heads up. keep yourselves together. you've got to go out there, and you've got to play. get yourselves geared up and keep playing on. >> charles: if they're playing on, they can't give up first down. just one time-out left, they can't allow kansas state to complete any kind of drive and run this clock out. they're counting on a chance to get the froobl back. >> gus: first down and ten for collin klein and kansas state. running the football. mcfarland. each team with one time-out remaining. kansas state, three scoring drives. they've held the ball for 6:59, 2:34. and 4:32. second down and 11. klein. wants to throw it. clock stops. 3:32. third down and 11. >> charles: that's a good play on defense by oklahoma. they took away the primary target. he wanted to go. tramaine thompson after the fake in the secondary. and oklahoma took tha
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the plain states and the midwest. rain and thunderstorms will extend from michigan to southeastern kansas. dry and sunny across the rest of the country except for passing showers and thunderstorms in florida and southeast coast. in sports this morning drama in the chase for the american league on and off the field. this is the red sox pedroia talking with his pregnant wife. he left the game learning she went into labor with their second child. derek jeter tried to pull up a double play. he was taken out but plans to be in the lineup on thursday. yanks beat boston 5-4. orioles grabbed a grounder. the bottom of the frame, scoring a winning run. a single. baltimore beat the rays 3-2 to stay tied with the yankees for first place in the al east. in the national league the race for the second wild card spot is getting wild. st. louis is on top but a bunch of other teams are nipping at their heels including the dodgers. an rbi single to the right and arizona gets the lead. d-backs win this. 3-2. l.a. now lost six of the last seven games. the phillies still in the race thanks to jimmy rollins. ha
and tonight jim follows the river and the story into kansas. >> i'd say the drought's got to be the worst. it affects everything. >> reporter: this fishing hole looked quite different when randy hazlett stocked it with bass, last may. >> this spring i put a load in. >> reporter: you put fish in at the end of the ramp this spring and they went right into the water? >> yes, i did. it's dropped that much this year. >> reporter: that much is a drop of four feet in four months. hazlett is a corn and soybean farmer in lakin, kansas. he depends on water diverted from the arkansas river to supply and irrigate 2,000 acres. how's a farmer supposed to do his business when you're down that much water? >> it makes it much harder. it costs a lot more money to pump the water from the ground and we just lose our water. we don't have the water to use. >> reporter: here in kansas, they call it the arkansas river. never mind the pronunciation, this year they can't call this a river at all. where are we walking right now? >> you're in the bed of the arkansas river. right smack in the middle of it. >> reporte
there accused of wrongdoing. hundreds of people sick and dead in kansas city. have you been to kansas city, the place where this woman works. >> i haven't yet been to kansas city. in part because i have been trying to minimize the amount of travel i do. i have met virtually with the staff. i'm aware of the issues out there. i do want to go out and learn more about it. but i also know that we are leaving that facility. >> reporter: kansas city regional facility marry, received bonuses despite hiring a quarter million dollars pr firm to respond to my investigation and allegations of misleading congress. in today's hearing, the inspector general called the commissioner out of control. >> again, i would have to go back and look. >> reporter: do you consider her an out of control commissioner for those acts and that quarter of a million dollars pr contract? >> i'm not going to try to defend what happened with that pr contract or any of those issues out there. >> reporter: although he answered questions from us and senators, he staid on point. he is at gsa to fix problems. the bonuses we exposed
as we take a tour. >> i'll tell you why kansas owes a lot to louisiana. >> behind the wheel, your everyday distractions can turn into dangerous habits. >> and we're just getting started, so stay tuned. >> welcome to "teen kids news." i'm mwanzaa. >> and i'm livia. here's our top story for this week. >> scientists call them "neos" -- near-earth objects. they're asteroids and comets that might someday be on a course to collide with our planet. it might sound like a movie plot, but tyler tells us that nasa takes neos very seriously. in fact, all should. >> so, do you worry that something from outer space may crash into the earth? >> i think the chances are pretty slim. >> sometimes, like when i'm daydreaming in the middle of history class. >> no. i don't worry about something from outer space crashing into the earth. >> i don't worry about it a lot because i feel like we would have had a lot of warning from a lot of people and on the news, so i don't think that it's much to worry about. >> the universe isn't quite as empty as it seems. icy comets and rocky asteroids have been hurtlin
, a thunderstorm you're dealing with. and further to the west, just light rain for you in in kansas city. but right rough theiddl of crywhre dealing with numerous areas of some light rains. as far as your forecast goes take, we are going to be looking for the most part temperatures to be on the cooler side, the only exception down here in texas where it's still pretty hot. but as we mentioned, just numerous areas. we won't see severe storms today fily a miss showers.b >> all right, bill, thank you. >>> coming up, reality hits wall street. home prices rise. and california climbs on board with google's carve the future. your first look at this mornins business headlines is straight ahead. > tngkheoc tigers get even and pop the champagne, another team punches their ticket to the postseason. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page andecided tbe...not boring. ha hi mayn... giada... really good. yes! [ jack ] ...and alicia. ♪ this girl is on fire [ male announcer ] use any citi card
a touchdown goes all the way back to october, seven years ago, with a loss at kansas. >> gary: i thought if they would have won this football game they could have gained belief and confidence. they've got alabama coming to their place. it could have been one of those night time games, catch alabama with a hot quarterback, but now, who knows. >> verne: berkstresser keeps it and gets inside the five. that's going to bring up reginald bowen, number 47 with the tackle. -- reginald bowens with the tackle. >> gary: anytime you get -- not shut out but no touchdowns, every quarterback worries about his job and berkstresser may be thinking maybe i can get a job here. >> verne: brat down, that's going to be first and goal as marcus murphy, number six, and the clock will stop with 30 seconds remaining. as they relocate the chains. >> gary: good job by corbin catching that ball basically. >> verne: first and goal. fires it. caught. touchdown, lucas. >> gary: lucas, remember, earlier he within inside with the quick slant. did the same thing again. he's going to come into the picture right now wide op
their intention to their next opponent, the kansas city chiefs. k.c., no match for the san diego chargers today, losing 37-20. hope the ravens get conditions like they had today in kansas city. a beautiful afternoon. san diego philip rivers finds eddie royal for a four-yard touchdown connection. 7-0, san diego. second quarter, chiefs with a huge hole trailing 20-0. jamaal charles starts right and hits the reverse, gets the block from his quarterback matt cassel, kind of a block, enough of a block and springs him 37 yards for a touchdown, 20-7. chargers still in front. fourth quarter, chargers keeping k.c. from getting close. rivers to jackie battle, the former chief in the end zone for san diego. the bolts take it 37-20 over the chiefs. kansas city falls to 1-3. stay with us. john is back with your seven-day foreca >> the big rain day is tuesday. the rest of the stuff should be ok. >> right to the point. thanks for joining us. see you back here tonight at 11:00. >> this is a wbal tv 11 editorial with president and general manager. >> baltimore shows up on a lot of best and worst lists but the c
from new orleans. kansas city rallied from 18 down and won in overtime 27-24. the saints are 0-3. jets and dolphins needed ot. nick folk for the win. it was blocked. wait a minute. miami called a time-out. rex ryan loving it. jets escape south beach 23-20 in ot. minnesota with something to ponder. christian ponder threw a pair of touchdowns, ran in another. vikings pulled off the upset of the day. the raiders stunned the steelers, scored 14 unanswered in the fourth. janikowski drilled a field goal as time expired. an emotional game for torrey smith. he lost his brother in a motorcycle accident on saturday. honored him with two touchdowns against new england. this one down to the pyre. the pats were up two. got it by the slimmest of margins. bill belichick was livid. ravens walked off with a 31-30 win. you can start calling denny hamlin the babe ruth of nascar. he called his shot guaranteed via twitter and went on to take the title. brandt snedeker's chip shot on 17 all by sealed the tour championship. that is worth $1. million. he also banked an extra $10 million for winning the fedexc
storms moving down through the great lakes region and in towards kansas. red-flag warnings for you in wyoming, montana and north dakota. there are some advisories posted from kansas down through in towards louisiana. a very big storm system, this is ex carl that came across the atlantic. along the front we will find winds up to 100 kilometers an hour have been reported in the scott issue lands. cold rain across scandinavia. meanwhile a stub around system continuing to rotate here over italy bringing potential for hail as well as damaging winds. it is heating up across the south as well. lisbon up to 34. madrid up to 31 and heading up in the balkan peninsula as well. here is your system forecast as well. >>> that's all for this edition of "newsline." i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. thanks for joining us.
sympathizes with muslim killers. the state of kansas is deciding whether to let obama's name appear on the ballot. birthers are still at it. kansas secretary of state wants more evidence of the president's legitimacy to run. his birth certificate is not apparently enough. newt gingrich talks of good stamp president, and one republican state after another tries to limit minority voting, all making out the president making him the foreigner. in the words of john sununu, quote learn how to be an american. it is to convince the working class white guy that obama is not one of us, he is one of them, a foreigner, usurper with the enemies, and mitt romney is overseeing every word of it. cynthia tucker is a columnist and ronald reagan, msnbc political analyst. cynthia, watching it all as i described it, everything going on, voter suppression, lingo, attack on the president s sympathizing with the bad guys, never heard such a comprehensive effort to describe him as not american or in league with the enemy. your thoughts? >> this is all about appealing to racially resentful whites. and i have
he hasn't personally done anything wrong. in kansas city, when the gsa was looking for a new business development specialist, mr. x, in hawaii, emerged as the perfect candidate. for $86,000 a year, he was on the federal payroll, living and working not even at the gsa's office right in downtown honolulu but from his home as a virtual employee of the kansas city office. >> now, mr. x has had to make 13 trips since he was hired which has cost taxpayers nearly $33,000. just in travel. now, remember, this is the agency whose mission is to monitor how much other government agencies are spending. it was created in the spirit of helping provide a transparent government for the american people. drew griffin from our special investigations unit has been trying to find out for months how much all this extra travel is costing. it's his voice you heard there. his report on mr. x. you have gotten delay after delay after delay, drew, from the gsa. but tonight some answers? >> reporter: yes, some answers. actually we got them earlier this week, erin, while you and the rest of america were focusing on
's disappearance. >>> in other news this morning the catholic bishop of kansas city, missouri, has been found guilty of shielding an abusive priest. he waited six months before reporting that a priest had child pornography on his computer. he was guinn a six-month sentence. >>> an earthquake has shaken up beverly hills for the second time in a week. the 3.4 trembler struck just after midnight. fire officials are out checking for damage. >>> and a broken-off remnant of hurricane isaac that made its way back to the gulf has a 30% chance of becoming a tropical storm. the rejuvenated storm will likely be called nadine. it could bring in another wave of heavy rain and flooding from coastal areas, from louisiana to florida. katrina is the only modern example of a dissipated storm that reformed into a hurricane. very rare for this to happen. >> let's keep our fingers crossed for the gulf coast getting a break. >>> time, now, for weather from across the country as we start this weekend. scattered showers and thunderstorms from the gulf coast to the carolinas. hail, 70-mile-per-hour winds and also a c
, kansas city and charlotte. >>> back to the news this thursday morning. police in los angeles are still looking for two masked gunmen who kidnapped a bank manager from her home, as part of a very bizarre robbery plot. >> scary story here. authorities say they strapped what they said was a bomb to the woman's waist. and they forced her to order employees to take money out of the bank. the bomb squad disabled the device, which they say resembled an explosive, but was not. >>> the roman catholic bishop of kansas city faces a bench trial. bishop robert finn is the highest-ranking catholic official to be charged with shielding an abusive priest. his attorneys has decided to let a judge decide the case instead of a jury. a verdict is expected by day's end. >>> what started out as a fun bike ride turned into a near-death ordeal for an ohio teen. he fell into a creek and got sucked into a storm drain. by the time rescuers had arrived, the water carried the eighth grader 1,500 feet. they didn't think he made it. but when they called his name through a manhole, he answered. >> it was dark. it was
trip to kansas in april, 2009. >> in all conversations [inaudible conversations] >> a >> it's where his great grandmother committed suicide, and stan dunham, obama's grandfather, was 8 years old aty the time, and his mother, obama's great grandmother, died. they lived in the little house here down on buchanan street down a few blocks, and the great grandfather, ralph dunham, ran a garage and auto shop on, what, sixth avenue which is right around the corner, and that's where she took some trick thine and was found dead on the night >> [inaudible] >> we are now approaching the house. a little white two-story >> house, no more than 10 feet wide one house from the corner of seventh and sure it is the same house 1926. this is where she died. [inaudible conversations] >> that break is old. >> host: how old was she when she killed herself? >> guest: she was 26. >> host: why did she kill herself? >> guest: she killed herself because of her, well, what we know is she left a suicide note that said that she was distraught over her husband's philandering so that was the immediate cause. >> host: an
and in towards kansas. mind that is going to be windy and dry. red-flag warnings for new wiley homing, montana as well as north dakota but the heat is down south. 40 degrees in oklahoma city and riseries posted from kansas in towards louisiana. very big storm system. this is ex carl can which is tropical storm came across the atlantic, and in iceland and along the front we are finding winds up to 100 kilometers an hour have been reported in the scottish highlands. very strong winds and cold rain coming across scandinavia. meanwhile, stubborn system continuing to rotate here over italy bringing the potential for hail as well as damaging winds. and it is heating up across the south as well and lisbon 35 degrees and madrid 31 and the balkan peninsula as well. here is your extended forecast. >>> our top story once again. the deputy commander of the free syrian army says his forces now control 60% of the city of aleppo. >> translator: the government aircraft have dropped fuel air explosives that cause widespread burning. they are using large bombs made in iran. >> the government forces are reported
days, it looks like the tropical humidity will with us until we get drier air mass and around kansas city, early-morning storms. the brighter the colors, the heavier the rain. avoiding many of the big cities at the current time. new york city, it looks primarily dry. a little light rain over long island. another batch of steadier rain between trenton and philadelphia. and between york and redding and harrisburg, watching an area of moderate rain. and the other spot i told you about we had some thunderstorms, it looks like they just swept through the can kansas city ar. and the lightning strikes in the north will sink down on top of you. we have tropical storm leslie out there. a large-sized storm, but it really nearly stationary, it's going to take five days, a slow-moving storm to drift up near bermuda. this could be a category 2 storm. a pretty serious hurricane for bermuda. lot of the large waves will head to the u.s. a bottom line for anyone in the eastern u.s., have the umbrella, tropical downpours this afternoon. >>> aid on the way for spain and italy, everyone wants a piece o
are sexually violent predators. sexually violent predators under constitution the supreme decisions in kansas versus hendricks and kansas versus crane, the supreme court said that under the constitution in order to civilly commit, to not criminally, but to civilly commit a sexually violent predator, you have to demonstrate two independent factual constructs. one is you have to demonstrate lack of volitional control, which is defined legislatively as mental abnormality which often gets find as a personality disorder. anti-personality disorder. the second construct you have to prove is they're likely to be violent in the future. now on the civil side, those both ought to be factual judgments. does the person lack volitional control and does the person, is the person likely to be violent in the future? if, however, we are actually using at least the first construct, not empirically but we're using it normatively. then we are potentially violating two provisions of the
, forecast through the great lakes. down in toward kansas. potential for flash flooding. as heavier rain makes its way up through toward the northeast. all right. let's take a look at your temperatures then. some, some real heat is building in across the south. oklahoma city. 40 degrees for you. we do have warnings posted from kansas down through toward, louisiana. and the coast. up toward, winnipeg. 22 degrees. some cooler air coming in. behind, that front. up to the north. is going to be bringing temperatures down. 15 degrees in winnipeg wednesday. seeing things looking comfortable in chicago as well. getting done to 25 degrees. all right, a large system is dominating northern europe. it is going to be bringing, some, very cold rain in toward the scandinavian peninsula. gusts could exceed, 70 miles an hour. very windy. up toward the north of norway. precipitation could turn over to snow. things are looking pretty settled throughout much of central europe. but we have this cut off low that just continues to revolve here over italy. bringing some, severe thunderstorms, strong wind. some
through a good stretch california. from colorado over into kansas, nebraska, some of these areas could use the rainfall. in some cases beneficial rain. in others, we'll start to get some of that over by chicago by later in the afternoon. some of that streaking in towards the minneapolis area. tracking the frontal boundary will be close to the east coast on saturday. few showers early saturday morning. new york, boston, southeastern new england. for today it's still some of those same areas, onshore flow in florida. potential rip current risk across the east coast beaches. a chance for showers especially as we get some of that daytime heating and especially better coverage as you get down towards miami. philly, jacksonville, the chances will remain. some of the showers closing in towards kansas city. des moines under the gun. chicago, the morning shouldn't be done. by the afternoon, a better chance for showers to fade in. saturday, breaks in showers. central pa, eastern new york may see some chances to start the week end. let's check out your local forecast. philly coming in with 83 degrees
-atlantic. a little front trying to stall itself out here. showers in kansas city and thundershowers going through southern portions of alabama. looks like it should miss areas around louisiana and mississippi. if you're heading out to baltimore to redding to philadelphia, especially here in central new jersey, some really heavy downpours and those are trying to drift up here toward long island. so areas throughout no, during your early morning commute, you may deal with some heavy downpour. then we're dealing with leslie. it is still a tropical storm but it has strength rched a little bit. looks like possibly a category 2 hurricane by saturday. if it does we'll have pretty good upcoming waves and the rip current will be very high along the eastern seaboard. surfers will love it but it will be dangerous for anyone going to the beaches. showers along the air yas. look how hot it is still in texas. we'd like to get rid of those 100s. that's a look at your national forecast. now here's a look at the weather outside your window. today in chicago, 87 degrees. the front is kind of stalling out just to y
in oklahoma city. it's one of the driest areas in the country. one of the driest states along with kansas. we've been very happy and pleased to report rain. some areas picked up as much as 4 inches of rain. this front is kind of stalled out here all the way back through just outside of philadelphia. back through central pennsylvania and all the way through the ohio valley into kansas and oklahoma. all along we've had areas of rain over the last two to three days. the heavy rain has now moved out but almost two inches of rain. it's just a little dent in the drought. this is what we need, more weather patterns like this. oklahoma city towards tulsa, just a shield of rain here all the way north of mccallister. that's great news there. rain continues in southern pennsylvania. the pennsylvania turnpike is not an enjoyable ride this morning. this rain is heading for philadelphia and new jersey eventually as we go throughout your morning rush hour. as far as the forecast goes today, we're beautiful in the northern portion of the country and it's in the middle that we're dealing with the rainfall tod
of this in the drought areas that need it in the midwest. the white on the map is lots of clouds. kansas city all the way back heading back into areas of new england. all the green on the map is a little bit of rain. a little radar tour will show you where we're dealing with the heaviest of rain. from oklahoma starting to clear out a little bit. we had stronger storms last night south of oklahoma city. this was welcomed rain. a couple of showers by lawsuton. from st. louis all the way south of indianapolis along the ohio river. all those locations need it. the wet weather in new england, very light. areas in vermont, new hampshire, massachusetts currently. from new york city to washington, d.c., your best chance of showers will be late today. not so much this morning where it should be okay. the southeast looks all right. just your afternoon showers and storms down there. an umbrella day. some areas are appreciating it. that's a look at your national forecast, now here's a look at the weather outside your window. >>> philadelphia today, also a chance of a shower or storm. much better chance of rain by th
's going to come up with the kansas city grid. this is that crisscross. she'll have the same in the field. joe saunders against adam laughy. looks like they're going to go to the hospital on thursday to deliver their first child so we'll cope an eye on that. we're also keeping an eye on tickets. tickets are completely sold out for the wild card and the playoffs. if you don't have your seat, you'll have to take your chances with an after market seral -- seller. we'll find out more about the counterfeiters who are working evertime. we'll tell you about bogus tickets, what they look like, the red flags and the battle to stay one step ahead of these scammers. >> counterfeiters want top dis-- want to replicate as many features to pass them to the and consumer as well as the date official. >> reporter: tonight at 11:00, the experts weigh in so you don't get scammed trying to get a seat for the post season. check out our website at abc2news.com for the amazing fan photo contest. submit a picture showing your orange pride and you can win a gift card to the zone. sign up on our home page in the sp
younger students singing along in kansas where they decried the new federal guidelines and even burned the legislation. kids taking a strong political stand. pretty sophisticated stuff. >> the parody school was actually written by an english teacher at the school. (laughter) >> jon: oh, a teacher wrote a song that the children including what appear to be elementary schoolkids performed against the government. i wonder how fox is going to take this. i don't mean their pundits, i mean their news people. >> cafeteria revolt, the new school lunch program that has left students starving. >> in kansas some kids and a teacher came up with a parody, a video turning the song we are young into we are hungry. >> i'm told that if people don't like their vegetables you just serve it to them day after day after day and some people believe that that will make them love their vegetables. >> jon: it's all just good fun this is a funny little video, parody individual yog, kids at school t reminded me of that video of kids singing a song about barack obama just after he was inaugurated. >> we are trying
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opera singer from kansas. >> oh yeah? >> yeah! >> drew: opera singer from kansas. he says he is from kansas and he's an opera singer and i just believed him. >> let's hear it. >> yeah? >> drew: yeah. >> okay, i'll sing you something in german. ( speaking german ) >> this is so much harder than in like an actual opera. ( laughter ) ( singing in german ) ( cheers and applause ) >> very nice! very nice! >> drew: the game is called line them up. this is a simple game, all right? it's a ford fiesta se-- these are the prices of the prizes we already showed you. you're going to use these numbers to put in the numbers for the car. so the first number is a five, nine or eight, you're going to slide that to whatever you think it is. this number is going to be a nine or eight, and this number will be a seven, four, or nine. you use the slider to adjust and it line up the numbers. if you line them up right you're a winner. >> too many choices! >> i know, what do you think? >> it's too many choices. >> it's got to be a $15,000 car, right? >> yeah. >> don't you think? >> yeah. >> they are saying e
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